Camden, New Jersey
Title:
Camden, New Jersey
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
View of the busy downtown are of this thriving business center- the most important center of southern New Jersey. Home of such giants as RCA Victor, Campbell's Soup, Hollingshead, Esterbrook Pen, New York Shipbuilding Corp. The tall white building is the Camden City Hall.


Greetings from Camden, New Jersey
Title:
Greetings from Camden, New Jersey
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen unused



Pine Point Library
Title:
Pine Point Library
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back PM 1908 Nov-23


Yacht Club and Yachts on Cooper River, Cooper River Parkway
Title:
Yacht Club and Yachts on Cooper River, Cooper River Parkway
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen PM 1943 Jun-12



J. B. Van Sciver Co. Furniture Factory - Store
Title:
J. B. Van Sciver Co. Furniture Factory - Store
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen unused

Description:
Delaware Ave. and Federal St.


The Cooper Hospital
Title:
The Cooper Hospital
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Chrome



View of Downtown
Title:
View of Downtown
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Chrome


Municipal Hospital, Mt. Ephraim and Atlantic Avenues
Title:
Municipal Hospital, Mt. Ephraim and Atlantic Avenues
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back PM 1911 Mar-21



Benjamin Franklin Bridge
Title:
Benjamin Franklin Bridge
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
Mike Roberts Delaware River Front and Pier. Bridge is 1.81 miles long and connects Philadelphia, Pa. and Camden, N.J.


Cooper Hospital
Title:
Cooper Hospital
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Post Card (Undivided Back)



Masonic Temple and Camden Theatre
Title:
Masonic Temple and Camden Theatre
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back PM 1908 Nov-2


"City of Camden" Up the Delaware
Title:
"City of Camden" Up the Delaware
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Real Photo



Walt Whitman Hotel
Title:
Walt Whitman Hotel
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen unused

Description:
Walt Whitman Hotel Broadway and Cooper Street Camden, New Jersey The outstanding hotel of Camden--located at the Bridge Entrance. Two hundred rooms in a modern fireproof building ideally suited for the traveler. Radio in every room. Main dining room. Popular priced coffee shop. Billiard Room, Beauty Salon, Barber Shop. Rates $2.00 up. Joseph E. Mears, Manager


Street View of Cooper Hospital
Title:
Street View of Cooper Hospital
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back PM 1909 Oct-5



First Methodist Episcopal Church
Title:
First Methodist Episcopal Church
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back PM 1907 Oct-3


J. B. Van Sciver Furniture Company
Title:
J. B. Van Sciver Furniture Company
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
Furniture and Interior Decorations since 1880. Headquarters in Camden, with locations in Trenton, NJ, Wilmington, DE, Allentown, Jenkintown, Lancaster and Bala-Cynwyd PA.



Carnegie Library
Title:
Carnegie Library
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back PM 1909 Jul-15


Catholic Lyceum
Title:
Catholic Lyceum
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907

Description:
I. Moesius, Phototype



3rd Regiment Armory, Haddon Ave.
Title:
3rd Regiment Armory, Haddon Ave.
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


City Hall and Monument
Title:
City Hall and Monument
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Post Office
Title:
Post Office
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


City Hall and Monument
Title:
City Hall and Monument
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



The Broadway M.E. Church
Title:
The Broadway M.E. Church
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Hotel Walt Whitman
Title:
Hotel Walt Whitman
Camden New Jersey (NJ), White Border PM 1947 Mar-13

Description:
Broadway and Cooper Street The outstanding hotel of Camden - located at the Bridge Entrance. Two hundred rooms in a modern fireproof building ideally suited for the traveler. Radio in every room. Main dining room. Popular priced coffee shop. Garage service. Barber Shop. Rates $2.50 up. John A. Shires, Manager



Plaza Hotel
Title:
Plaza Hotel
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen unused

Description:
5th and Cooper Streets


Young Men's Christian Association - The Chapel
Title:
Young Men's Christian Association - The Chapel
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen unused



Camden County Vocational School
Title:
Camden County Vocational School
Camden County New Jersey (NJ), Linen unused


Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital
Title:
Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused



First M.E. Church
Title:
First M.E. Church
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back


Soldiers Monument and Armory
Title:
Soldiers Monument and Armory
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back unused



Camden Free Public Library
Title:
Camden Free Public Library
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back PM 1914 Aug-7


City Hall
Title:
City Hall
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back



Cooper Park
Title:
Cooper Park
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back unused


First Methodist Episcopal Church
Title:
First Methodist Episcopal Church
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back unused



Post Office, 3rd and Arch Street
Title:
Post Office, 3rd and Arch Street
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back PM 1912 Sep-18


Broadway M.E. Church, Broadway and Berkley STreets
Title:
Broadway M.E. Church, Broadway and Berkley STreets
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back unused



Camden County Court House
Title:
Camden County Court House
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back unused


First M.E. Church
Title:
First M.E. Church
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back unused



Free Library
Title:
Free Library
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back PM 1909 Nov-27


Post Office, Third and Arch Streets
Title:
Post Office, Third and Arch Streets
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back PM 1908 Jul-31



High School
Title:
High School
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back PM Dec-18


Linden Street
Title:
Linden Street
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back PM 1909 Aug-6



State Street, looking west from Sixth Street
Title:
State Street, looking west from Sixth Street
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back PM 1917 Feb-12

Description:
and State Street Methodist Episcopal Church


High School
Title:
High School
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back unused



Knights Park
Title:
Knights Park
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back PM 1908 Aug-26


Towers Theater, Broadway and Pine Street
Title:
Towers Theater, Broadway and Pine Street
Camden New Jersey (NJ), White Border unused



Woodlynne Park
Title:
Woodlynne Park
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back PM 1910 Feb-26


Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital
Title:
Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen unused



The Red Barn
Title:
The Red Barn
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Chrome

Description:
A unique spot


Our Lady of the Lourdes Hospital
Title:
Our Lady of the Lourdes Hospital
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
1600 Haddon Avenue. 302 beds plus 60 bassinets. Opened July 1, 1950. Conducted by the Sisters of St. Francis, Allegany, NY. Motto inscribed over front entrance: The body is often curable, the soul is ever so



Manual Training and High School, Haddon Ave
Title:
Manual Training and High School, Haddon Ave
Camden New Jersey (NJ), White Border unused


Public Library
Title:
Public Library
Camden New Jersey (NJ), White Border unused



View of City Hall
Title:
View of City Hall
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back PM 1908 May-7


Looking across Cooper River shoing Farnham Park and High School
Title:
Looking across Cooper River shoing Farnham Park and High School
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen PM 1950 Jul-7

Description:
Camden was settled by Quakers in 1681 on the east bank of Delaware River. It is an important shipping center with large shipbuilding industries and many large factories



Camden High School
Title:
Camden High School
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen unused

Description:
Camden was settled by the Quakers in 1681, on the east bank of the Delaware River. It is an important shipping center with large shipbuilding industries, and many large factories


Bond Plastic Sign Company
Title:
Bond Plastic Sign Company
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
1428 Broadway; EMerson 5 - 1300. Outdoor Plastic Electric Signs, since 1946. Outstanding day & night; durable colors processed on inside surface; will last the life of the sign. Aluminum case will last indefinitely and never needs to be painted. Bright fluorescent slimline lamps, 8000 life hours; illuminates entire sign. Economical and easy to replace. Buy tomorrow's sign today



Manual Training and High School, Haddon Avenue
Title:
Manual Training and High School, Haddon Avenue
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back PM 1913 Aug-2


Pyne Paynt
Title:
Pyne Paynt
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back PM 1908 Feb-25



Broadway, looking North, 200 Block
Title:
Broadway, looking North, 200 Block
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back PM 1912 Aug-13


Court House and City Hall
Title:
Court House and City Hall
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen unused

Description:
Camden was settled by the Quakers in 1681 on the east bank of the Delaware River. It is an important shipping center with large ship-building industries and many large factories C. T. American Art



Looking Across Cooper River Showing Farnham Park and High School
Title:
Looking Across Cooper River Showing Farnham Park and High School
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen PM 1944 Mar-18

Description:
Curt Teich & Co


Entrance to Philadelphia-Camden High Speed Line from Hotel Plaza Lobby Garage
Title:
Entrance to Philadelphia-Camden High Speed Line from Hotel Plaza Lobby Garage
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen unused

Description:
5th and Cooper Sts. Modern popular priced coffee shop restaurant, Brigantine bar, cocktail lounge, offices, barber shop. 222 rooms in a fireproof building



Pyne Point Library, Pyne Point Park
Title:
Pyne Point Library, Pyne Point Park
Camden New Jersey (NJ), White Border PM 1919 Mar-16


Post Office
Title:
Post Office
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back PM 1910 Mar-18



Admiral Wilson Blvd
Title:
Admiral Wilson Blvd
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen unused

Description:
1840 Series 9B-H667 WM. Thrower, Jr. 1840 Admiral Wilson Blvd. Camden, N.J. Phone: WOodlawn3-5712


Cooper Hospital
Title:
Cooper Hospital
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back PM 1908 Dec-18

Description:
Series 205-14



Monument And Armory
Title:
Monument And Armory
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back PM 1909 Aug-10


Nantucket
Title:
Nantucket
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen unused

Description:
Built Camden, M. J., 1957 Length, 213 ft. 2652 tons. By 1940 it looked as if building of steamboats had ended in this country. For 17 years, during which we built history's greatest fleet of ocean-going steamships for war use, this was a fact. Then in 1957 came the Nantucket, a true steamboat. He white superstructure is high and significantly wider than her hull. She carries passengers and cars to the Massachusetts islands of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. Her twin screws are turned by steam, not by the diesel power now given most vessels of her size. But she is not old-fashioned. Because much freight now moves by tuck and many travelers wish to take their cars with them, she has a high-clearance vehicle deck, with loading doors at bow and stern. Her engines are of the latest uniflow type, and she blows a steam horn, not a whistle. But she is a high-clearance vehicle deck, with loading doors at bow and stern. Her engines are of the latest uniflow type, and she blows a steam horn, not a whistle. But she is a real steamboat, perhaps the last in North America's steamboat-studded history.



Benjamin Franklin Bridge
Title:
Benjamin Franklin Bridge
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
One of the world's largest single span suspension bridges, 1.81 miles long. Connects Philadelphia with Camden, N. J., across the Delaware River.


Hotel Plaza, Cooper St.
Title:
Hotel Plaza, Cooper St.
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
Modern Fireproof Building Free Parking Air-conditioned Rooms with Television Coffee Shop-Restaurant-Cocktail Lounge and Bar Banquet-Meeting and Sample Rooms in The Heart of The Delaware Valley



General View Of Business Section
Title:
General View Of Business Section
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen unused

Description:
Showing City Hall and Camden County Court House


Monument And Armory
Title:
Monument And Armory
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back PM 1908 Nov-13



U. S. Post Office
Title:
U. S. Post Office
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906


St. John'S Episcopal Church, Broadway And Rovden Street
Title:
St. John'S Episcopal Church, Broadway And Rovden Street
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back PM 1908



Linden Terrace
Title:
Linden Terrace
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back PM 1907


Greetings From Camden
Title:
Greetings From Camden
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen unused

Description:
Camden is located on Delaware river opposite Philadelphia. It was settled in 1681 and is noted for its industries, the largest of which are New York Ship Bldg. Corporation, RCA Victor, Campbell's soup Factory - Easterbrook Steel Pens. Co., Congoleum co. and many others.



Yacht Club And Yachts On Cooper River
Title:
Yacht Club And Yachts On Cooper River
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen unused

Description:
Cooper river parkway


View Of Lake And Bridge, Farnham Park
Title:
View Of Lake And Bridge, Farnham Park
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen PM 1942



Camden Free Public Library
Title:
Camden Free Public Library
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back PM 1907


3rd Regiment Armony, Haddon Ave.
Title:
3rd Regiment Armony, Haddon Ave.
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906



Aerial View Of Camden
Title:
Aerial View Of Camden
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen PM 1956

Description:
Showing Camden-Philadelphia Bridge. Camden is located on Delaware River opposite Philadelphia. It was settled in 1681 and is noted for its industries, the largest of which are New York Ship Bldg. Corporation, RCA Victor, Campbell's Soup Factory - Easterbrook Steel Pens. Co., Congoleum Co. and many others.


Soldiers Monument And Armory
Title:
Soldiers Monument And Armory
Camden New Jersey (NJ) PM 1908



Broad Street
Title:
Broad Street
Camden New Jersey (NJ) unused


The Entrance To Woodlyn Park
Title:
The Entrance To Woodlyn Park
Camden New Jersey (NJ) PM 1908



Monument And Armory
Title:
Monument And Armory
Camden New Jersey (NJ) unused


Vine Street Ferry
Title:
Vine Street Ferry
Camden New Jersey (NJ) PM 1908



St. John Episcopal Church, Broadway and Royden Street
Title:
St. John Episcopal Church, Broadway and Royden Street
Camden New Jersey (NJ) PM 1908


City Hall
Title:
City Hall
Camden New Jersey (NJ) PM 1908



Court House And City Hall
Title:
Court House And City Hall
Camden New Jersey (NJ), White Border PM 1931


Broadway And Federal Street
Title:
Broadway And Federal Street
Camden New Jersey (NJ), White Border PM 1920



Bird's Eye View of U.S. Custom House And Delaware River Bridge
Title:
Bird's Eye View of U.S. Custom House And Delaware River Bridge
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen unused

Description:
Between Philadelphia, Pa. and Camden, N.J.


View of Lake and Bridge Farnham Park
Title:
View of Lake and Bridge Farnham Park
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen unused



Showing Farnham Park And High School
Title:
Showing Farnham Park And High School
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen PM 1937

Description:
Looking Across Cooper River Showing Farnham Park and Hight School


Delaware River Bridge
Title:
Delaware River Bridge
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen PM 1942

Description:
The Delaware River Bridge, the largest Suspension bridge in the world, connecting Philadelphia., Pa. and Camden, N.J. with a single span 1750 ft. long. Center to center of Main Piers, with a clearance above high water of 135 ft. over a width of 800 ft. in center of span. The Main Structure is of a 2-cable suspension type, carrying a roadway for 6 lines of vehicles, 2 lines of surface cars, e lines for rapid transit and 2 ten foot sidewalks above the roadway. The cost is about $29,000,000 and was completed in 1926, in time for the sesqui - Centennial held in Phildephia during that year.



Showing Farnham Park And High School
Title:
Showing Farnham Park And High School
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen PM 1940

Description:
Looking Across Cooper River Showing Farnham Park and Hight School


Delaware River Bridge Connecting Phildelphia, PA and Camden NJ
Title:
Delaware River Bridge Connecting Phildelphia, PA and Camden NJ
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen unused

Description:
The Delaware River Bridge is one of the World's largest single span suspension bridges. Its total length is 1.81 miles. The main span between the towers is 1,750 feet and is 135 feet above mean high water. The towers are 385 feet high and the width over all is 125 ft. The Vehicular roadway is 57 feet wide allowing six traffic lines with one high speed track on either side. There are two ten foot footways over trolley tracks.



Entrance To Delaware River Bridge - Buses
Title:
Entrance To Delaware River Bridge - Buses
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen unused

Description:
Connecting Phildelphia, Pa. And Camden, N.J. Camden side. The Delaware River Bridge the largest Spspension Bridge in the world, connecting Philadelphia, Pa. and Camden, N.J. with a single span 1750 ft. long, center to center of Math Piers, with a clearance above High Water of 135 ft. over a width of 800 ft. in center of span. The Main Structure is of a 2 cable suspension type carrying a roadway for 6 lines of vehicles. 2 lines of surface cars, 2 lines for rapid transit and 2 ten foot sidewalks above the roadway. Total cost about $29.000.000.


Entrance To Delaware River Bridge - Buses
Title:
Entrance To Delaware River Bridge - Buses
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen PM 1935

Description:
Connecting Phildelphia, Pa. And Camden, N.J. Camden side. The Delaware River Bridge the largest Suspension Bridge in the world, connecting Philadelphia, Pa. and Camden, N.J. with a single span 1750 ft. long, center to center of Math Piers, with a clearance above High Water of 135 ft. over a width of 800 ft. in center of span. The Main Structure is of a 2 cable suspension type carrying a roadway for 6 lines of vehicles. 2 lines of surface cars, 2 lines for rapid transit and 2 ten foot sidewalks above the roadway. Total cost about $29.000.000.



J. B. Van Sciver Co. Furniture Factory Store
Title:
J. B. Van Sciver Co. Furniture Factory Store
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen unused

Description:
Delaware Avenue and Federal Street


Tomb of Walt Whitman, Harleigh Cemetery
Title:
Tomb of Walt Whitman, Harleigh Cemetery
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back PM 1907 Jun-30



Greetings from Camden, New Jersey
Title:
Greetings from Camden, New Jersey
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen unused

Description:
Camden is located on Delaware River opposite Philadelphia. It was settled in 1681 and is noted for its industries, the largest of which are New York Ship Bldg. Corporation, RCA Victor, Campbell's Soup Factory - Esterbrook Steel Pens Co., Congoleum Co. and many others


River Front And Camden N.J. Skyline From Philadelphia Side
Title:
River Front And Camden N.J. Skyline From Philadelphia Side
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen unused

Description:
Curteich-Color



In Wood Lynne Park
Title:
In Wood Lynne Park
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back PM 1910 May-1


View of the Busy Downtown Area
Title:
View of the Busy Downtown Area
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
This thriving business center is the most important center of southern New Jersey. Home of such giants as RCA Victor, Campbell's Soup, Hollingshead, Esterbrook Pen. The tall white building is the Camden City Hall



Ev. Lutheran Trinity Church
Title:
Ev. Lutheran Trinity Church
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Chrome PM 1959 Aug-4

Description:
523 Stevens Street, Camden 3, New Jersey, Founded in 1857. "Lord. Thou has been our dwelling place in all generations." Ps. 90. "He that dwelleth in the secret place of the Most High, shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty." Pr. 91


The Cope House, Pyne Poynt Park
Title:
The Cope House, Pyne Poynt Park
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen unused

Description:
The cope House located in beautiful Pyne Poynt Park is one of few remaining old homes in Camden. It was probably built at the end of the 17th century by Joseph Cooper, son of the first settler in Camden



Camden County Court House
Title:
Camden County Court House
Camden New Jersey (NJ), White Border unused

Description:
Series A-55602


Entrance To Delaware River Bridge
Title:
Entrance To Delaware River Bridge
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen PM 1945 Nov-05

Description:
The Delaware river Bridge, the largest suspension Bridge in the world, connecting Philadelphia, Pa. and Camden, N. J. with a single span 1750 ft. long, center to center of Main Piers, with a clearance above High Water of 135 ft. over a width of 800 ft in center of span. The Main Structure is of a cable suspension type, carrying a roadway for 6 lines of vehicles, 2 lines of surface cars 2 lines for rapid transit and 2 ten foot side walks above the roadway. Total cost about $29,000,000.



Camden
Title:
Camden
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
View of the busy downtown area of this thriving business center-the most important center of southern New Jersey. Home of such giants as RCA Victor, Campbell's Soup, Hollingshead, Esterbrook Pen, New York Shipbuilding Corp. The tall white building is the Camden City Hall.


Benjamin Franklin Bridge Plaza
Title:
Benjamin Franklin Bridge Plaza
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
Connecting the city of Camden with downtown Philadelphia, directly across the Delaware River, the Benjamin Franklin Bridge is one of the world's largest single span suspension bridges, 1.8 Miles long.



Cooper Hospital
Title:
Cooper Hospital
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Chrome PM 1969 Jun-19


The Delaware River Bridge
Title:
The Delaware River Bridge
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen PM 1943 Nov-09

Description:
The Delaware river bridge, the largest suspension bridge in the world, connecting Philadelphia, Pa. and Camden, N.J., with a single span 1750 ft. long, center to center of main piers, with a clearance above high water of 135 ft. over a width of 800 ft. in center of span. The main structure is of a 2-cable suspension type, carrying a roadway for 6 lines of vehicles, 2 lines of surface cars, 2 lines for rapid transit and 2 ten foot sidewalks above the roadway. The cost is about $29,000,000 and was completed in 1926, in time for the sequin-centennial held in Philadelphia during that year.



U. S. Post Office And Court Building House
Title:
U. S. Post Office And Court Building House
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen unused


Nantucket
Title:
Nantucket
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen unused

Description:
By 1940 it looked as if building of steamboats had ended in this country. For 17 years, during which we built history's greatest fleet of ocean-going steamships for war use, this was a fact then in 1957 came the Nantucket, a true steamboat. Her white superstructure is high and significantly wider than her hull. She carries passengers and cars to the Massachusetts islands of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. Her twin screws age turned by steam not by the diesel power now given most vessels of her size. But she is not old-fashioned. Because much freight now moves by truck and many travels wish to take their cars with them, she has a high clearance vehicle deck with loading doors at bow and stern. Her engines are of the latest uniflow type, and she blows a steam horn, not a whistle. But she is a real steamboat, perhaps the last in North America's steamboat - studded history.



Municipal Pier
Title:
Municipal Pier
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen unused


New York Shipbuilding Corp
Title:
New York Shipbuilding Corp
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen unused



St. John's Episcopal Church, Broadway and Royden St.
Title:
St. John's Episcopal Church, Broadway and Royden St.
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back PM 1907


Cooper Hospital
Title:
Cooper Hospital
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back unused



Cooper Hospital
Title:
Cooper Hospital
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Divided Back PM 1909


Bird's Eye View Of Delaware River Bridge
Title:
Bird's Eye View Of Delaware River Bridge
Camden New Jersey (NJ), White Border PM 1927

Description:
The largest Suspension Bridge under construction in the world, connecting Philadelphia, Pa., and Camden, N. J., with a single span of 1750 feet long center to center of Main Piers, with a clearance above High Water of 135 feet over a width of 800 feet in center of span. The Main Structure is to be of a 2 cable suspension type, carrying a roadway for 6 lines of vehicles, 2 lines of surface cars, 2 lines for rapid transit and 2 ten foot sidewalks above the roadway. The estimated coast to be above $29,000,000 and to be completed in 1926 in time for the Sesqui Centennial to be hold in Philadelphia during that year.



Launching At New York Shipbuilding Corp. Plant
Title:
Launching At New York Shipbuilding Corp. Plant
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen unused


Delaware River Bridge
Title:
Delaware River Bridge
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen unused

Description:
The Delaware River Bridge is one of the World's largest single span suspension bridges. Its total length is 1.81 miles. The main span between the towers is 1,750 feet and is 135 feet above mean high water. The towers are 385 feet high and the width over all is 125 ft. The Vehicular roadway is 57 feet wide allowing six traffic lines with one high speed track on either side. There are two ten foot footways over trolley tracks.



Delaware River Bridge
Title:
Delaware River Bridge
Camden New Jersey (NJ), Linen PM 1941

Description:
Showing R.C. A Victor Plant. The Delaware River Bridge is one of the World's largest single span suspension bridges. Its total length is 1.81 miles. The main span between the towers is 1,750 feet and is 135 feet above mean high and the width over all is 125 ft. The vehicular roadway is 57 feet wide allowing six traffic lines with one high speed track on either side and one trolley track. There are two ten foot footways over trolley tracks.




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